Windows 10: Discovered Major Bug!!!

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    Windows 10 Enterprise x64 (build 10586)
       11 Dec 2015 #11

    Richard Shank said: View Post
    This has only happened with Windows 10 which could be Windows 10 drivers for my system.
    All other systems that used to be on there worked fine.
    Believe me I've still got a future proof system with 8 cores and 16 gigs of memory.
    "future proof" does not equate to "foolproof". Just pointing that out.
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  2.    11 Dec 2015 #12


    I know this man who is a contractor. He doesn't get a whole lot of business because instead of doing what he's getting paid for he tends to ask "Why do you want to do that" more than doing the actual work. Because I FKNG said so and paying your damn salary that's why.
    Maybe instead of dishing out allegories you could just simply have clarified what others had missed.
    In casu the lame pun about a Disk Operating System loosing disks.

    Good luck with it,
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